Letters from F. M. Powicke

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  • /1 2 Dec 1899, Academic: University of Oxford Brackenbury Scholarship. History School. A.L.Smith. E. Barker. H.W.C. Davis. J.H. Round. Owens College Historical Society.
  • /2 29 Oct 1900, Scholarly: Historical Essays...University ofOxford. A.L. Smith. Ernest Barker.
  • /3 15 Sep 1901, Scholarly: Historical Essays.... [Addressedto James Tait].
  • /4 25 Feb 1902, Personal/Academic: S.R. Gardiner. Victoria University. F. Haverfield. Historical Essays.
  • /5 8 Mar 1902, Personal: Historical Essays.
  • /6 17 Jun 1902, Historical Essays.
  • /7 1 Aug 1902, Personal: University of Oxford. Final Schools.
  • /8 n.d. 1902, Academic: Victoria University.
  • /9 29 Mar 1904, Personal: Job prospects. Work as Langton Fellow.
  • /10 15 May 1904, Academic: University of Manchester, assistant lectureship in history.Elizabeth Speakman.
  • /11 8 Jul 1905, Academic: University of Liverpool, assistant lecturer in history. J.M. Mackay.Ramsay Muir. Oliver Elton.
  • /12. 12 Jul 1905, Personal: reference.
  • /13 n.d. (Jul-Aug) 1905, Academic: University of Bristol, chair of history. G.H. Leonard. J.M.Mackay.
  • /14 6 Aug 1906, Personal.
  • /15 6 Nov 1907, Personal: Engagement.
  • I6, 9 Nov 1907, Personal: Engagement.
  • /17 26 Dec 1907, Personal/Academic: University Manchester history exams
  • /18 7 Jul 1908 Academic: Manchester history exams. University of Oxford ResearchFellowships.
  • /19 10 Jul 1908 Academic: Manchester history exams
  • /20 6 Jan 1909, Personal: F. M. Powicke.
  • /21 1 Jul 1909 Academic: Queen's University,Belfast. Powicke's election to chair of history.R. H. Tawney.
  • /22-10 Feb 1910, Scholarly.
  • /23 16 Jul 1911, Personal: Congratulations on election to British Academy. V.H.Galbraith.
  • /24 10 Oct 1911, Personal/Scholarly. Fragment, 'Science in the teaching of history'.
  • /25 1 Dec 1911,Scholarly: ? Bismarck.
  • /26 30 Jun 1912, Scholarly: Hugh of Hells.
  • /27 5 May 1914, Scholarly: John de Halton. 'The Present State of Medieval Studies in G.B.'P.S. Allen. J. Tait. J.E. Mackay, J R Muir.
  • /28 31 May 1914, Personal: Thanks for Edward II
  • /29 3 Jun 1914, Personal: A. Jones. F. Morgan. P. Vinogradoff.
  • /30 8 Jul 1914, Personal.
  • /31 16 Oct 1914, War/Personal: V.H. Galbraith.
  • '32. 14 Jul 1916, Personal/Scholarly: 'A Medieval Burglary'.
  • /33 22 Aug 1916, War: Mark Hovell.
  • /3419 Nov 1917, War: J.F. Beddow. V.H. Galbraith. R. Johnstone. A.F. Pollard. G. Crump.
  • /35 28 Jan 1918, War/Scholarly: Mark Hovell.
  • /36 4 Feb 1918, Personal: Mark Hovell.
  • /37 30 Jun 1919, Academic: University of Manchester, chair of medieval history. N.Baynes.
  • /38 24 Jun 1919, Academic: University Manchester,chair of medievalhistory.
  • /39 16 May 1921 Academic: University of Manchester chair of modern history. J. Butler.
  • /40 23 May 1921 Personal/Academic: Spenser Wilkinson.
  • University M. chair of Modern History. H.W.C. Davis.
  • /41 24 Mar 1925, Academic: University of Manchester chair of modern history, F.W. Notestein,J.S. Neale, K. Feiling, C.S.S. Higham, R.H. Tawney. Assistant lectureship: M. Tyson, MayMcKisack.
  • /42 20 Mar 1925, Fragment. Academic: University of Manchester assistant lectureship. M. Tyson.Chair of modern history, Manchester. G.N.Clark, F.W. Notestein, J.S. Neale, K.Feiling. Chair ofEconomic History, Manchester, N.S.B. Gras.
  • /43 29 Mar 1925, Academic: H. Rothwell. Scholarship. M. Tyson. E. Jacob. R.F. Treharne.
  • /44 8 Apr 1925, Academic: University of Manchester chair of modern history - J.S. Neale. K.Feiling. A.F. Pollard. Teaching. A.G. Little.
  • /45 15 May 1925, Academic: University of Manchester chair of modern history; N.F.B.Gras.
  • /46 23 May 1925, Scholarly/Academic: H. Craster. University of Manchester history.
  • /48 7 Feb 1926, Personal: Thanks for Memoir of J. Ramsay. A.W. Ward. Congratulations onLitt.D. Oxon, University of Manchester. R.F. Treharne, W.A Pantin. R. Fawtier. Ward chair ofhistory. E. Fiddes.
  • /49 10 Mar 1926, Academic: University of Manchester senior lectureship. G. Davies, A.S.Turberville.
  • /50 2 Jul 1926, Personal: S. Weitzmann.
  • /51 19 Oct 1926, Academic: University of Manchester department of history.
  • /52 9 Dec 1926, Academic: University of Manchester dept of history. H.C. Hughes' Ph.D.
  • /53 30 Dec 1926, Academic/Personal: E Hughes. Ford's lectures. University of Manchester deptof history.
  • /54 10 May 1927, Scholarly: 'Stephen Langton'. University of Manchester reader in modernhistory E.L. Woodward. H.B. Bellot. E. Hughes. R. F. Treharne.
  • /55 17 May 1927, Academic: University of Manchester history department. E.L. Woodward.H.E.Bellot. R.F. Treharne.
  • /56 24 May 1927, Academic: University of Manchester.
  • /57 25 May 1927, Academic: University of Leeds, readership in history. A.S. Turberville.University of Manchester readership in History. H.H. Bellot. R.H. Tawney.
  • /58 28 May 1927, Readership in modern history; Toynbee has refused; may have to be Bellot; will contact Feiling and Davis for advice.
  • /59 30 May 1927, Academic: Readership in modern history H.H. Bellot.
  • /60 14 Jun 1927, Academic: University of Manchester readership in modern history. H.H. Bellot.H.A.L. Fisher. C.H. Firth. H.W.C. Davis.
  • /61 16 Oct 1928, Academic: Royal Historical Society. W.A. Pantin.
  • /62 Dec 1928, Academic: University of Manchester history re-union. Circular History department newsletter.
  • /62 4 Jun [n.y. prob. pre-1914], Academic: Manchester University.

Administrative / Biographical History

Maurice Powicke (1879-1963) was a student of Tout. He was assistant lecturer in history atManchester from 1906-1908, and professor of medieval history from 1919 to1928. Powicke was Regiusprofessor of modern history at the University of Oxford from 1928 to 1947.